White Canary is finally done !
She needs a few small tweaks, but overall I’m very happy with her !
( and proud because vinyl is not fun to sew with haha )
I’d like to promise no more vinyl or corsets but I clearly can’t be trusted, so…

I’ll be debuting White Canary at Fan Expo Vancouver in November with @vigilanteredhood as Captain Cold !
Come say hi and snap a picture if you see us ! ♡♡♡

Shout out to @explodingcrenelation as always for being wonderful and supportive ♡♡♡

And special shout out to @vigilanteredhood for helping tie me into my corset and then helping pull my boots off when I couldn’t bend down ♡♡


it’s seung gil lee’s birthday!! he makes a new friend <3


One black woman’s powerful case against the subtle sexism of #SayHisName

  • Jordan Edwards is the latest name to be added to a long list of black people who’ve been killed by police. Edwards was only 15. His death sparked familiar outrage and calls to action. 
  • But there’s also been a push by black feminists to call out the use of the hashtag #SayHisName in place of #SayHerName on social media — a hashtag that became popular specifically to call attention to the media erasure of black women who are also victims of police violence.
  • The #SayHerName hashtag went viral in the aftermath of Sandra Bland’s 2015 death in a Texas jail cell. Its meaning was simple: 
  • In a political moment in which extrajudicial violence against black communities was becoming front page news, it was important to tell the stories of black women, whose deaths were often overlooked by media and the social movements they covered.
  • On Twitter, Chihiro Ogino made the case against using #SayHisName, noting that while it’s important to respect black men who die at the hands of police, that specific hashtag isn’t the way to do it. Read more (5/2/17)

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Slytherin: I think it has to do with your poor posture.
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